Latest Published Articles
Click Here

Latest Articles

Popular Articles

Section 482 CrPc - Quashing Of FIR: Guidelines set out by the Hon'ble Supreme...

Titile

The Inherent power under Section 482 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (37th Chapter of the code) is wide with no statutory limitation . It preserves the inherent powers of the High Cour...

Whether Caveat Application is legally permissible to be filed under section 1...

Titile

Whether in a criminal proceeding a Caveat Application is legally permissible to be filed as provided under section 148 (a) of the code of civil procedure, 1908? A Caveat is a Latin term whic...

How To File For Mutual Divorce In Delhi

Titile

How To File For Mutual Divorce In Delhi Mutual Consent Divorce is the Simplest Way to Obtain a Divorce decree in India. Mutual Consent Divorce is Granted by The family Court when Both parties to...

Copyright: An important element of Intellectual Property Rights

Titile

The Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) has its own economic value when it puts into any market place. IPR gives ownership rights to intellectual assets and are intangible in nature. IPR gives e...

The Factories Act,1948

Titile

There has been rise of large scale factory/ industry in India in the later half of nineteenth century. Major Moore, Inspector-in- Chief of the Bombay Cotton Department, in his Report in 1872-73 f...

Law of Writs In Indian Constitution

Titile

Origin of Writ In common law, Writ is a formal written order issued by a body with administrative or judicial jurisdiction. In modern times, this body is generally a Court. In olden days the wr...

Types of Writs In Indian Constitution

Titile

The supreme court, and High courts have power to issue writs in the nature of habeas corpus , quo warranto , mandamus , certiorari ,prohibition etc., under Arts. 32 and 226 respectively. These wr...

Constitution of India-Freedom of speech and expression

Titile

Explain The Right To Freedom of Speech and Expression Under The Article 19 With The Help of Decided Cases. What Are The Grounds on Which This Freedom Could Be Restricted Article 19(1) (a) of...

Role of Trade Unions in India

Titile

Trade Unionism had made its headway owing to growth of industrialization and capitalism. The Indian trade union movement is now over fifty years old. It has passed through several stages in its c...

Preamble To The Indian Constitution

Titile

The preamble of the Indian Constitution serves as a brief introductory statement of the Constitution that sets out the guiding purpose, principles and philosophy of the Indian Constitution.[1]By ...

Basics of a Police Complaint

Titile

This is an article on the basics of a Police Complaint, what to write, how to write, do’s and don’ts while writing a Police Complaint by Advocate Gurmeet Singh, who is an Advocate practicin...

Quashing of FIR/Criminal Proceedings Under Section 482 of CrPC

Titile

Black's law dictionary defines quash as to overthrow / to abate / to vacate / to annul / to make void. In simplest terms, quashing of criminal proceedings would mean ceasing the legal machine...

A Brief Idea of Article 20: Protection Against Conviction of Offences

Titile

Protection Against Conviction of Offences: Art. 20 of Indian Constitution provides for protection in respect of conviction of offences. In other words, it lays down certain safeguards to the per...

Dying Declaration (Section 32 Of Indian Evidence Act)

Titile

Dying Declaration is admissible in evidence being hearsay evidence. This piece of hearsay evidence is admissible as an exception to the general rule of evidence that hearsay evidence is no eviden...

Public Interest Litigation: Genesis and Evolution

Titile

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere- Martin Luther King, Jr. Judiciary, being the sentinel of constitutional statutory rights of citizens has a special role to play in the c...

Rights of Accused Persons

Titile

As Indian constitution is wedded to Democracy and Rule of Law, the concept of free and fair trial is a constitutional commitment for which the cardinal principle of Criminal Law revolves around...

History of Law Reporting In India An overview

Titile

History of Law Reporting In India. An overview Prologue: According to theory of Precedent and the theory of stare decisis, the law pronounced by the Superior Court of the Country is followed by ...

The Doctrine of First Sale in Indian Copyright Law

Titile

 In the law relating to intellectual property rights, there are few doctrines which controls or limits the rights of the owners of the copyrighted works. In this category, can be placed the Do...

Film and Media Laws for Script Writers

Titile

So you have worked hard for months and written your script and screenplay. After unending series of drafting, redrafting and incorporating ideas and suggestions of friends, family and well wish...

Copyright Infringement of Boroloker Biti Lo Song By Badshahs Genda Phool: Se...

Titile

Nanos Gigantum Humeris Insidentes (discovering truth by building on previous discoveries) -a Latin maxim Facts The lyrics of the song Genda Phool, which was released by singer Badshah on 26 March...

Ask A Lawyers